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September 5, 2019

I. GENERAL INFORMATION

1. SOLICITATION NO.: 72011319R05

2. ISSUANCE DATE: 09/05/2019

3. CLOSING DATE/TIME FOR RECEIPT OF OFFERS: 09/26/2019 at 11:59 p.m. Kyiv Time

4. POSITION TITLE:  DEVELOPMENT OUTREACH AND COMMUNICATIONS SPECILAIST

5. MARKET VALUE: Basic Annual rate (in U.S. Dollars): $32,920 to $42,803

March 25, 2019

Belarus is a small, landlocked country on the eastern border of the European Union, home to 9.5 million and a turbulent history. The young nation achieved independence in 1991 – facing development challenges from the legacy of war, a centrally-managed economy, and a tragic nuclear accident that continues to affect its people today.

The “Art for Inclusion of People with Disabilities” project improves services for children and young people with disabilities and members of their families from  rural areas in particular
May 15, 2018

USAID assists disadvantaged groups, such as vulnerable children, people with disabilities (PWD), people at risk of trafficking and trafficking victims, through the development of community based services, strengthening the capacities of organizations providing support to these populations, and enhancing advocacy efforts to promote their rights and increase public awareness.

Alexandra Lomachenko, Graduate of TechMinsk innovative entrepreneurship school supported by USAID, and winner of the GEW Startup Battle 2015
May 15, 2018

The private sector share of the Belarus GDP is among the lowest in the region, with micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) making up most of it. Low MSME participation in the national economy hampers job creation and development of modern products and services and slows the transfer of technology demanded by a competitive market economy. While there is an increasing appreciation by the Government of Belarus for the private sector’s role in the economy, the business environment still needs improvement.

A Community Connections exchange group at a volunteering event during their trip to the United States
May 15, 2018

USAID civil society development activities foster informed civic participation in community-based initiatives and public advocacy across the social and economic spectrum in Belarus. USAID empowers citizens to participate in social and economic decision-making by encouraging cooperation between civil society, local governments, and the private sector, helping to create sustainable solutions to local development challenges. USAID provides training, expert advice, and small grants to support civil society organizations (CSOs) and communities, independent business associations and legal assistance providers. Exchange programs introduce Belarusians to best American professional practices and offer opportunities to experience American culture, traditions and values.

Last updated: September 05, 2019

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